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April 2021 Newsletter

First Baptist Church of Mebane
The Vine

April 2021 | Monthly Newsletter

From the Pastor


Happy Easter everyone I hope this newsletter finds you safe and healthy.

As the COVID-19 restrictions are being reduced we are going to soft open with Sunday School
for Nursery, Toddler and New Life Nursery (up to 3 years old) for 9:45, 11:00 and 6:30 and
Children’s Church (4 and 5 year old boys and girls) for 11:00 Service starting on April 11 .
We are still in deep need for volunteers for our kids (1 to 5 grade) for Sunday School and
Kid’s Worship for 9:45, 11:00 and 6:30. Kid’s (1 to 5 grades) will continue Sunday School
with Julie McCauley. Let us know if you are willing to serve.

I hope everybody is ready to get back to worship and praise and community through Jesus.

This past year has been unprecedented and weird. Please keep an eye on your communications

for details as we move forward in coming back to church.

Our land payoff challenge is going pretty good. Thank you to everyone who has given and

especially for the prayers that God will provide to further His kingdom.

This beautiful weather is just what we need to recognize God’s greatness, His grace and His

love, so enjoy it.

I am just so grateful and blessed to be part of the FBC Mebane family. I love doing life and
church with you all. Let’s keep it up and invite our friends as we all need community.

Happy April and I love you but God loves you more!!!

God Is Good All the Time!!!

Pastor Sammy

April Church-Wide Mission Action

Alamance Regional Medical Center

Collect: T-Shirts all sizes in any color and its ok for something in good taste to be on shirts.
Place items in container in Collection Corner by April 25.

Mary Belle Bradshaw
"JOY Treasure Easter Bag Delivery"

Delivered by Gary & Marsha Harris

Notes from Nita,

Psalm 33:4-5 “For the word of the Lord is right and true; he

is faithful in all he does. The lord loves righteousness and
justice; the earth is full of his unfailing love.”

Psalm 33:20 “We wait in hope for the Lord; he is our help and our shield. In him our
hearts rejoice for we trust in his holy name. May your unfailing love rest upon us, O

Lord, even as we put our hope in you.”

How very blessed we are to be recipients of the love of God. How can we ever give him the
thanks and honor to be his child. Those of us who were blessed with children remember the
love that we felt when our children were young and in need of our care and protection. Can we
even imagine that love God has for us? We can acknowledge that love by loving all his

children, caring and protecting all he has created. May we reach out to others with compassion
and a willingness to share God’s love.


Please look on the JOY bulletin board to sign up
for the NarroWay Dinner Theatre trip on Sat.,
Oct. 30, 2021. Meal and Show, “Lord of Light” at

11:45 a.m. COST: $38.00. The theatre is located
in Rock Hill, SC so we will be leaving the church
at 9 a.m. Only 10 tickets have been purchased so

you need to sign up now in order to guarantee
you’ll have a ticket reserved for you. If more
tickets are needed, the earlier Nita knows, the
more likely tickets can be obtained. Please pay a

$10 reservation fee to Nita when you sign up.
This fee will count towards your ticket fee.

Plans are underway for our Christmas trip to go to the Meadows Restaurant for lunch and to the
Rudy Theatre for their Christmas Show.

Social Distancing, COVID-19 vaccinations and masks will be required if that’s the rule for NC
safe socializing for groups at the time.

Youth Pastor Maddi Smith



Four acts of obedience that will change your life

God wants more for you. Are you ready to step out in faith?

Do you ever feel tempted to simply fit in with others instead of standing up for Jesus and
fighting for what you know is right and true? Do you find it hard to completely trust God, and
find yourself listening more to the world than the Word?

If we’re honest, all of us have times where we’re afraid of being different and being ridiculed

for our beliefs and our actions. But Jesus says that’s exactly what we should expect.

“If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you. If you were of the
world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose
you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.” John 15:18-19

We aren’t called to be popular. We are called to obey. God's ways are always greater than
ours. And when we obey him, powerful things will happen in our lives.

1. Read God’s Word and talk to him
Time is something we supposedly don’t have, yet we waste plenty of it every day. It’s a
struggle for all of us to use well. You won’t ever waste time when it’s spent in God’s Word or
talking with Him.

It gives us strength when life is hard and joy when everything is dark. But most importantly, it
draws us closer to Christ. We need to immerse ourselves in the Word. Only then will we be
able to face what the world is throwing at us.
“Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.” Psalm 119:105

2. Love others unconditionally
Sure, loving others isn’t that hard – or is it? What if we redefine the word “others” to mean
not just people who will love you back, but also your enemies, people who seem unlovable,
people who hurt you.

You have heard that it was said, “You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say
to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of
your Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 5:43-48a

We’re called to love unconditionally, without expecting to receive love back. Because, after all,
isn’t that how Christ loved us?


3. Serve without expecting anything in return

Some people think of a great person as one who has fame, fortune, and 10K+ followers on
Instagram. Unfortunately, this is a warped view the world has tried to make us believe.

Look at what Jesus says makes a man great:

“But Jesus called them to him and said, ‘You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over
them, and their great ones exercise authority over them. It shall not be so among you. But
whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among
you must be your slave, even as the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give

his life as a ransom for many.” Matthew 20:25-28

We need to follow Christ’s example and serve without expecting anything in return. Our motive

should simply be to obey God instead of trying to get something out of it. It’s hard, but worth it.

4. Guard your heart

This is the final, and for me, toughest to learn. It is incredibly important for us as Christians to
guard our hearts.

There are many things floating out there that aren’t helpful, and can be pretty hurtful for our
walk. Social media, internet, and movies can all play a huge part in this.

“Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” Proverbs 4:23

What’s in our heart determines our actions. We should be careful what we
listen to and watch because if we don’t pay attention, we will find
ourselves doing, saying, and thinking things that aren’t true.

Guarding your heart from sin and things that will hurt you includes filling
your mind and your heart with God’s Word and things that are true and

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, Meet Hurley Baker
Part of the FBCM
whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is
Youth Group
admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such

things.” Philippians 4:8

Friends, these are the things that should define who we are. It doesn’t mean we won’t sin or fail.

There is a guarantee we will fail, because we are human beings that still struggle with our sin.

But in God’s strength, and not our own, we can do these things for His glory. Get out there,
friend, and obey no matter the costs.
Article by Grace Maples

Julie McCauley
Children’s Ministry Director


Happy Spring! and Happy Easter! We have some special things happening in our ministry in
the next few months so keep reading!

 Rock-N-Roll Easter @ Home Event:

 REGISTRATION: (deadline March 24th) Easter Rock-N-Roll To Go Registration -
Google Forms
 Registration - Google Forms
 Pick up materials @ church between 12-1pm on March 28th or the
 following week in the church office

 Virtual VBS is happening June 21st-25th:
 Register your preschool- rising 6th graders here: https://first-baptist-church-

 Sunday School is continuing on ZOOM for right now. We will provide updates as soon
as we have a plan for returning in person. Please email [email protected]
for the zoom link if you need it!

We still need volunteers for Nursery (6:30 pm service), kid’s church (11:00 am), New
Light Kids (6:30 pm, and Sunday School (in person, 9:45 am). Please email
[email protected] if you are able/willing to volunteer!




Grab your hiking boots and pitch a tent. It’s time to summit through the story of Jesus - who

rose from death and gave us everything we need for our journey. This month, we’re learning
about how the miracle of Jesus’ resurrection strengthens us and changes our relationships in the
best way. Everyone will have a chance to put these ideas in their backpack to carry with them

always: Jesus overcame death. Jesus connects us to each other. Jesus gives encouragement. We
are stronger with Jesus.


Sun Mon Tue Wed

Sunday Morning Activities Wednesday Evening Activities

8:30 am Traditional Worship 6:30 pm Prayer Meeting, in the Sanctuary

9:45 am Sunday School / Connect Groups
11:00 am Contemporary Worship And also on YouTube
Sunday Evening New Light Worship 6:30pm 7:30 pm Adult Choir Practice

4 Easter Sunday ice 5 Easter Monday 6 7
Cantata at Both AM Services

6:45 am - Sunrise Service Church Office and Manna Market bins set out for Prayer Meeting 6:30 pm
8:30 am Traditional Service SonShine Ministries collections 9 –12 Adult Choir 7:30 pm
closed - Easter Holiday
11:00 am Contemporary Reflections - 1:00 pm
Service Sharon Knight - 6:30 Praise Team - 6:30 pm
6:30 pm New Light Worship Properties Team - 7 pm
pm in Fellowship Hall

11 12 13 14

8:30 am Traditional Service
9:45 am Sunday School Manna Market bins set out for Prayer Meeting 6:30 pm
11:00 am Contemporary Service collections 9 –12 Adult Choir 7:30 pm
6:30 pm New Light Worship Praise Team - 6:30 pm

18 19 20 21
8:30 am Traditional Service
9:45 am Sunday School Manna Market 4 – 5:30 pm Prayer Meeting 6:30 pm
11:00 am Contemporary Service Praise Team - 6:30 pm Adult Choir 7:30 pm
3:00 pm Coordinating Council Stewardship - 7:00 pm

6:30 pm New Light Worship

25 26 27 28
8:30 am Traditional Service
9:45 am Sunday School Manna Market bins set out for Quarterly Business Meeting
collections 9 –12 6:30 pm
11:00 am Contemporary Service Adult Choir 7:30 pm
3:00 pm Deacon’s Meeting Praise Team - 6:30 pm
6:30 pm New Light Worship

Thu Fri Sat

1 2 Good Friday 3

Manna Market bins SonShine Ministries
set out for collections
4 – 6 pm closed in observance of
Virtual Maundy Service Easter Holiday
at 6:30 pm on YouTube and
Facebook / Communion

8 9 10
Bridge Builders - 10 am
Manna Market bins set out Virtual Concert with Zack Williams @ 7:00 pm
for collections
4 – 6 pm

15 16 17

Manna Market bins set out
for collections Operation InAsMuch – 8:00 am
4 – 6 pm

22 23 24

Manna Market bins set out
for collections
4 – 6 pm

29 30

Manna Market bins set out Ladies of Distinction
for collections 10:00 am - Library
4 – 6 pm

Sunday Nights @ 6:30 pm

This month we were blessed with a new brother and sister in Christ - Louis Sullivan and

Cheyenne Wynn. Both were baptized at our NLW Service. We are so happy to have celebrated
with them this month! We are continuing our crazy faith series. We have a few weeks left so
don't miss out on this life changing word! You can also tune in weekly to our Sermon Hype

series to catch up on the highlights of our sermons. That's posted to our social media sites each
week. God is good!
Loren Day Sessoms

Media Coordinator

Cheyenne Wynn

Louis Sullivan

Hello church family! April is such an exciting month.

We'll be celebrating Easter Sunday with our choir
musical at both the 8:30 am & 11:00 am services. New
Light at 6:3.0 pm will be doing a special service in the
evening on Easter Sunday as well as Good Friday.

All 3 services at this church have such a wonderful music ministry
thriving in our church community. Our new tech director Joe Carter,

has a great team going with all the visual, sound tech & video
ministries that are being broadcast on the web thru Facebook & our
YouTube channel. The COVID restrictions might be loosening in

the coming months & we'll continue to be safe but it looks like our
Easter Cantata on line presence will continue to expand. Don't forget to take a few
April 4th
8:30 & 11:00 am moments and pray and reflect on what Jesus has done for us all this
Services time of year!

Chris Conley, Music Director


First off I wanted to say thank you all for your support over the past few months of joining the
staff here at First Baptist Church of Mebane. It has been an incredible experience watching God
grow our Production ministry through some of the changes we have implemented from bringing
on new volunteers to updating our technology that has helped improve our services both in

house and on our livestream. I can't wait to see what He is going to do next!

With all of the updates and new technology we have implemented also means there are now

more opportunities to help out and serve within our church. We are still looking to add
volunteers in our 8:30 am Traditional, 11:00 am Contemporary, and 6:30 pm New Light
services; so if you are interested in learning more about being a part of the Production team and

want to help out a few times a month, feel free to email us at [email protected]

Thank you all and looking forward to what God does next!

Joe Carter
Production Director

Honoring a Faithful Servant

First Baptist Church of Mebane would like to take this opportunity to recognize Ward Setzer for
the hard work and dedication he has given in the service of the Lord at FBCM.

In 1995 Ward used his capacity of general contractor to renovate the FBCM church building.
Two years later, Ward and his wife Paula joined the family of First Baptist Church of Mebane

on March 16, 1997.
Ward has served as a Deacon and on various committees/teams over the years but the one team
he is most recognized for is his dedication as Team Leader of the Properties Team. Ward has

served as leader for this team for more than 20 years.
On Sunday, February 28, 2021 Ward Setzer was presented with a lifetime award as Properties

Chair at First Baptist Church of Mebane.

"I will ask for no reward. Except to serve thee still" - and to serve thee better.

servants of Christ. We delight to call him Master (John 13:13). We owe him everything, and we
offer him the subjection of our will, the trust of our hearts, the service of our lives. He will not
disappoint us. He will not forget our work of faith and our labor of love. The slightest service
shall "in no wise lose its reward." He will generously regard what we do for his humble

disciples as something rendered to himself. Here we shall possess his loving favor, and there his
bountiful recompense.

Based on the words of Jesus in Matthew 25:40 is to serve the least of
these, our spring Operation Inasmuch is scheduled for Saturday, April
17th, 2021; we‘ll begin by meeting at the church at 8 am., and after the
projects are completed, a box lunch will be provided as we continue to

fellowship with each other.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with this ministry, it is a day to show God’s love by doing
small jobs for persons in our own community and visiting our home bound and shut in
members. It is a wonderful time of fun, fellowship, and a “little” work is involved too!

Sign-up sheets are available on the table in the Welcome Center and the bulletin board outside
the Fellowship Hall, or you can contact David Faircloth at his cell number, (919) 605-4437 (call
or text) or by email to [email protected]

If you need more information on projects or Operation Inasmuch in general, David can also
help with this as well.

Baptist Children’s Home suitcases and bags – It’s Time!!
Please bring your unused suitcases, overnight bags, backpacks, etc. to the side

covered entrance on the dates listed below. If you need porch pickup
please contact Karen Rice, [email protected]

Let Karen know if you want to help with this mission.
Saturday, April 17, 7:30am – 1:00pm during In As Much

Sunday, April 18, during all services 8:30 and 11:00am, and 6:30pm

Manna Market Food Drive

The next Manna Market is on Tuesday, April 20th

We continue to have steady attendance for Manna Market but would love to be having more,

if you know of Food insecure individuals or Families please direct them to us.

Current needs are: Jelly/Jams etc., Peanut butter, Beef Stew, Instant Potatoes, Mac n Cheese,
Pop Tarts, Canned Ravioli/Spaghetti, and Canned Fruits

As always we appreciate our volunteers and Church Supporters, without you there is no

Manna Market

Gerald Dickerson

A Trampled Rose

by Katherine Kehler

“Be imitators of God, therefore, as dearly loved children and live a life of love, just as Christ

loved us and gave himself up for us as a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God” (Ephesians 5:2).

Just a few years ago, while in church one Sunday morning, I was introduced to the song, Above
All written by Lenny LeBlanc and Paul Baloche. I cried when we sang the chorus. In fact, for
years, I could not sing the song without being deeply moved. I still can’t.

Crucified laid behind a stone

You lived to die rejected and alone
Like a rose trampled on the ground
You took the fall and thought of me
Above all!

Just to imagine Christ, my comforter and best friend, crucified, rejected and alone, touched me
deeply. I myself was going through a time of rejection and felt very alone, so the words of the
song touched me deeply – realizing that Christ must have had some of the same feelings.

The sentence, “Like a rose, trampled on the ground”, gave me such a clear word picture

of what Jesus went through for us.
One of the names of Jesus is “Rose of Sharon.”

One week, my husband and I spoke at a Day of Prayer gathering. We sang the song again and

the Lord gave me a new insight. When a rose is crushed or trampled, it offers a very sweet
fragrance. Jesus is a sweet smelling fragrance. The Apostle Paul tells us that we are a sweet

smelling fragrance to those who believe. I wondered what kind of fragrance we as Christians
offer when we have been rejected and feel alone – when we have been crushed and trampled on.
Mine is not always sweet. How about you?

Lord Jesus, thank you! Thank You that although you are above all powers and kings, nature
and all created things, you were trampled to the ground – for us. Yet being crushed, you were
like a sweet smelling rose. You did it all for us. We ask that today and every day, when we feel
crushed and rejected, a fragrance of sweet smelling rose would flow from our spirit so people
would be drawn to you.


Tim Bradley, Dennis & Marilyn Carter, Martha Collins, James (Rusty) & Sandra Crawford, Scott Dorsett, Angela Hall, Bo &
Vivian Harris, Tim Herbin, Wilson & Betty Jolly, George & Glenda Kwascha, Nancy Lancaster, Needham Layton, Del &
Hilda Lowery, Courtney Marine, Virginia McGee, Barbara Pruitt, Lottie Robertson, Debra Saunders, Dea Sewall, Ward &
Paula Setzer, Glendel Stephenson, Marie Terrell, Otis & Ethel Terrell, Betty Tripp, Brayden Warren, Archie Sr. & Margaret
Wilborn, Charlie Wilkerson, Danny & Anita Wilson

HOMEBOUND: Sue Smith, Lannie Faulk

Alamance House Assisted Living - Irvin Duckworth - room 113
Compass Health Care & Rehab - Ozetta Bunker – C 16

Heritage Healthcare - Barry Oakley, Alvis Oakley’s son
Mebane Ridge Assisted Living - Jerri Moore - Brice Moore’s mother

Pleasant Grove Retirement Home - Johnny Hamby
White Oak Manor - Margaret Ann Corbett – room 106B

MISSIONARIES: Thad Harris (Bo & Vivian Harris’ son); Matt & Jessica Hoffman (Velma Kelly’s granddaughter); Karen
OUR CHURCH FAMILY IN THE MILITARY: Carter Terrell Cole Terrell Austin Terrell Josh Schultz
Patrick Langley Dalton Booth Trevor Stephenson
Angelina Vega Jessica Bradley (unspoken prayer requests)

Adam Crabtree (Andy Madden prayer request) Joe Hunt (Sue Hunt’s son)

Amber Sykes (Lottie Robertson’s granddaughter) John Wayne Kenyon (Pat Kenyon’s son)

Andrew Fox (Barbara Pruitt’s nephew) Justin Dixon (Needham Layton’s grandson)

Annette Stokes (Judy Perry’s friend) John & Cathy Garrison (Kim Williams’ Request)
Anita Baker (Betty Garret’s daughter) Joyce Dickens (David Dickens’ mother)

Baker (Diane Ramos prayer request) Keith Hill (Melanie West’s Cousin)

Betty Yow (Walter Yow’s mother) Leroy Mitchell (Nanina Ferguson’s father)

Blanche Woods (Cathy Stephenson’s mother) Leon Summers (Bob Summer’s father)

Brenda James (Ritchie James’ mother) Linda Hampton (Misty Fleming’s mother)
Meredith Zell (Karen Rice’s daughter - COVID Lisa (Barbara Pruitt’s daughter)

Carl Levi (Becky Kalkas’s father) Maddie Hartley (friend committed suicide)

Casey Knight Marshall & Nancy Martin (Penny Owens Parents)

Charlotte Walker (Dianne Sellers’ Sister-in-law) Pat Oliver (Amelia Isaac’s grandmother)

Chris Curasi (Peggy Curasi’s son) Paul Little (Julie McCauley’s father)
Cindy Champion Paul West (Anita Wilson’s father)

Coy & Dean Mabe (Margaret Robertson’s cousins) Regan Hartley (prayers for devotional video)

Dennis Blasingame (Pam Dixon’s father) Ricky Sox

Lynn McKnight (Scarlett Parnell’s mother) Ricky & Donna Carver (Andy Madden prayer request)

Edna Phillips (Edith Martin’s sister) Rose Wilkinson (Bonnie Manning’s aunt)

Emily Sykes (Lottie Robertson’s granddaughter) Sheldon Allen (Lynn Burnette’s mother)

Eric Bunker (Martha Collins’ Nephew) Sue Riley (Trent Riley’s mother)

Frances Roselle (Andrea Greenway’s mother) Terri North (Hazel Lee’s daughter)

Frances Wright (Rebecca Boggs’ grandmother) Tim Kayson (Aaron Hover’s friend)

George Gray

Fres Wright (Rebecca Boggs’ grandmother) Willy Horner

Nursery Watch Callers Offertory Prayer
April 4 –

April 11 – Andrea Summers April 4 – 8:30 am - Gerald Dickerson

April 18 – Emily Keck 11:00 am - Louis Sullivan
April 25 – Elizabeth McKinney 6:30 pm - David Faircloth
April 11 – 8:30 am - Brice Moore
Nursery Workers – 8:30 am 11:00 am - Herman Bullins

April 4 – 6:30 pm - John Gillis

April 11 –
April 18 – 8:30 am - Brice Sessoms
April 18 – 11:00 am - Joe Navara

April 25 – 6:30 pm - Dana Lunday

April 25 – 8:30 am - David Dickens
Nursery Workers – 11:00 am
11:00 am - Woody Isaac

April 4 – 6:30 pm - Jim Turner

April 11 – Debbie and Will Burnette
April 18 – Emily and Ella Keck

April 25 – Cindy cash and Stephanie Meadows

Nursery Workers – 6:30 pm
April 4 –
April 11 – Kim Wiltshire, Shelley Whitescarver
April 18 – Mandi Ballard, Kayleigh Petty
April 25 – Louis & Kirby Sullivan

Children’s Worship 11:00 am Service
April 4 –
April 11 – Margaret & Ray Robertson
April 18 – Tracy and Macy James
April 25 – Kim & Chris Wiltshire

1 Barbara Booth 13 Kyle Bass 27 Ashley Badstein
1 Adam Davis 14 Dana Lunday 27 Susan Blaylock

2 Kara Killingsworth 14 Joe Wrenn 27 Herman Bullins
3 Chris Cornett 17 Jayden Brown 27 Casey Dorset
3 Page Keck 17 Joesph Eggleston 27 Zack Taylor

4 Micki Madden 17 Judy Patterson 30 Taylor Ashby
4 Mary Smith 18 Keanan McCawley 30 Hurley Baker

5 Farrah Fuller 18 Rachel Ng 30 Brandy Eichmann
6 Bryce James 20 Kamryn Smothers 30 Britney Killingsworth
6 Calvin Ng 20 Davis Williams 30 Logan Marine

7 Haleigh Palmer 21 Mason McCauley 30 Preston Yow
7 Ken Sellers 21 Dianne Sellers

8 Ethel Terrell 23 Meredith Citty Staff Birthdays
10 Kayleigh Petty 24 Renee Reagan April 7 - Joe Carter
11 Samantha Hunter 26 Kyler Robinette

12 Randy Bass 26 Michael Kalkas

April Wedding Anniversaries

April 4 – Craig & Beth Curasi – 29 Yrs.

April 8 – Herman & Debbie Bullins – 44 Yrs.
April 11 – Jon & Jennifer Evans – 23 Yrs.

April 18 – Gary & Marsha Harris – 50 Yrs.

April 26 – Ray & Margret Robertson – 51 Yrs.

Staff Wedding Anniversaries

April 30th - Woody & Libby Isaac - 38 Yrs.

Gifts we have received:

In memory of Wilbur Pruitt by Mac & Susanne Brown
In memory of Wilbur Pruitt by David & Donna Faircloth

In memory of Ruth Lowe by Robin Harper

Thank you for your kind donation to our Food Pantry. It Was Very Much Appreciated,
Breakthrough Community Church

Rev. Sammy,

The family of Ruth Lowe would like to thank you so much for officiating at my Aunt Ruth
Lowe’s funeral. Aunt Ruth felt so close to the congregation of FBCM and the outreach provided
to her by so many. The bible studies at Mebane Ridge, was so important to her. Out family has
experienced much loss this past year and we covet your continued prayer.

May the Lord be with you,
Robin Tate Harper

P.S. I appreciate your continued care of my parents, Bill & Jean Tate.

Thank you so much to the JOY Group for the Easter Bag I received. It was very nice. I love and

appreciate all of you. My church has been so good to me.
Lottie Robertson

To The JOY Group,

Thank you so much for the “Easter Bag”. I can use everything in it and I really appreciated it.
You bring JOY to all of us who can’t get out much.
Again, Thank You
Nancy Lancaster


301 South Third Street

Mebane, NC 27302
Phone 919-563-3176
Fax 919-304-6988

Church Staff

Sammy Ballard
Senior Pastor

[email protected]

Madison Smith
Youth & Children’s Pastor

[email protected]

Julie McCauley
Children’s Ministry

[email protected]

Chris Conley
Director of Music
[email protected]

Loren Sessoms
Media Coordinator
[email protected]

Joe Carter
Production Director
[email protected]

Libby Isaac

Director; Preschool & After School
[email protected]

The Vine is published monthly by First Baptist Church of Mebane to keep members informed of
church events and opportunities. Information for next month’s edition of The Vine is due by
M Wednesday, April 21 . Articles may be left at the church office or e-mailed to Ronda at
[email protected]

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